Monday, September 22, 2014

Don't worry be yonce


Summer weather is back for a few days, and I'm taking total advantage of it.
I'm rocking this super cool printed shirt with my DIY ripped jeans.
I really love the side open part of the shirt.
If you want to see the DIY project for the jeans head over here and you can learn the whole process step by step.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Oasap sweatshirt giveaway


Here we are with yet another giveaway from Oasap.
The last one had just ended yesterday, and you can check out the winner in my previous post here.
This time you can win sweatshirt of choice shown in the picture above.

Here are the choices:


The giveaway is open Internationally for 8 days and you can enter in few simple steps in the rafflecopter below.
Good luck dolls!


Thursday, September 18, 2014

OASAP giveaway winner

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The winner of my OASAP giveaway is Paula.
Congratulations dear.
For those of you who did not won don't you worry, tomorrow I'm hosing another giveaway with the awesome OASAP team.
See ya all tomorrow.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

DIY | Ripped Jeans


This is first ever DIY I'm showing you on the blog. 
I decided to be a ripped jeans DIY since I always wanted a pair. 
The whole processes is shown in the pictures with explanation.
I hope you enjoy it, and learn a trick or two.
If any questions please do ask in the comment section.
Here we go!!!








Monday, September 15, 2014

Oversized trench


Believe it or not but I found this over sized jewel in my mommy's closet.
Every start of a new season I go downstairs in the basement, where all my mommy's and granny's "old" clothes are perfectly stored, and I always found 1-3 pieces that are totally in trend that season. So this is one of the pieces I found. Since oversized coats are so in trend this fall I thought "Why not! I could use this". I also found a leather bucket bag from granny and I would try to restore it since that is one of the big trends this season also. Oh my god my granny was so trendy, I can still remember her wearing hers turbans, looking like a fancy Parisian lady all the time, and the people in our small town looking weirdly at her. She should have totally been born there. I think I got this love for fashion from her, at least that is what my parents say all the time.
Do you guys also use vintage clothes from your family?